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PROGRAM:

NAME


insegt - INtersecting SEcond Generation sequencing daTa with annotation

SYNOPSIS

insegt [OPTIONS] <ALIGMENTS-FILE> <ANNOTATIONS-FILE>

DESCRIPTION

INSEGT is a tool to analyze alignments of RNA-Seq reads (single-end or paired-end)
by using gene-annotations.

Input to INSEGT is a SAM file containing the alignments and a file containing the
annotations of the reference genome, either in GFF or GTF format.

-h, --help

Displays this help message.

--version

Display version information

Options: :

-ro, --read-output FILE

Output filename for read-output, which contains the mapped annotations followed by
their parent annotation. Valid filetype is: gff.

-ao, --anno-output FILE

Output filename for anno-output, which contains the annotations similar to the GFF
input and additionally the counts of the mapped reads and the normalized expression
levels in RPKM. Valid filetype is: gff.

-to, --tuple-output FILE

Output filename for tuple-output, which contains exon tuples connected by reads or
matepairs. Valid filetype is: gff.

-fo, --fusion-output STR

Output filename for fusion-output, which contains exon tuple of gene fusions
(Advanced option, currently no output port for KNIME). One of gff.

-n, --ntuple INT

ntuple Default: 2.

-o, --offset-interval INT

Offset to short alignment-intervals for search. Default: 5.

-t, --threshold-gaps INT

Threshold for allowed gaps in alignment (not introns). Default: 5.

-c, --threshold-count INT

Threshold for min. count of tuple for output. Default: 1.

-r, --threshold-rpkm DOUBLE

Threshold for min. RPKM of tuple for output. Default: 0.0.

-m, --max-tuple

Create only maxTuple (which are spanned by the whole read).

-e, --exact-ntuple

Create only Tuple of exact length n. By default all tuple up to the given length
are computed (if -m is set, -e will be ignored).

-u, --unknown-orientation

Orientation of reads is unknown.

EXAMPLES

insegt
example/alignments.sam example/annotations.gff

Run INSEGT on example files with default parameters.

insegt -m example/alignments.sam example/annotations.gff

Run INSEGT on example files and only compute maxTuple.

insegt -c 2 example/alignments.sam example/annotations.gff

Run INSEGT on example files and only output tuple with a min. count of 2.

VERSION

insegt version: 1.0 Last update 2012-09-11

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